Conwy Farmers’ Market is held on the last Wednesday of each month at RSPB Conwy nature reserve, just off junction 18 of the A55 at Llandudno Junction. There’s a diverse range of local produce, and you get to meet the people who made it.
Meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, cakes, jams, chutneys, eggs, bread, pies, chocolates and cheese are just some of the produce on offer. We can’t guarantee that they’ll all be available at every Market, of course, because some produce is seasonal, but that’s part of the fun of visiting a Farmers’ Market: you don’t always know what will be on offer, so it’s a chance to try new things!
During fine weather, the Market stalls are in gazebos in a market-place next to the Visitor Centre, fully accessible from the car park. During wet weather and in the winter, the Market is held undercover, inside The LookOut, with some stalls outside.
Entry to the Farmers’ Market, the RSPB shop and Coffee Shop are free (and there’s a children’s playspace and picnic area too). Why not make the Farmers’ Market part of your visit to RSPB Conwy; access to the trails are free for RSPB members, and there’s a small charge for non-members.
For more details on the facilities at RSPB Conwy and how to find the reserve, please visit their website http://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/c/conwy/about.aspx